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Incomplete Urbanism: Attempts of Critical Spatial Practice is an open-ended exhibition that serves as a laboratory of ideas, exploring the indeterminacy and changeability of urban living. Borrowing its title from eminent Singaporean architect William…

Paradise Lost, 18 January – 30 March 2014, Exhibition view.
Paradise Lost is NTU CCA Singapore’s inaugural exhibition, curated by Ute Meta Bauer (Founding Director) and Anca Rujoiu (Curator for Exhibitions). Conceived as a constellation of three artistic productions that together explore narratives of travel…

Charles Lim Yi Yong: SEA STATE, NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore, 30 April – 10 July 2016, installation view. Courtesy of NTU CCA Singapore.
SEA STATE by artist Charles Lim Yi Yong, commissioned for the Singapore Pavilion for the 56th Venice Biennale and curated by Shabbir Hussain Mustafa, will be presented at the NTU CCA Singapore from 30 April to 10 July 2016. For over a decade, Lim’s…

Theatrical Fields, 22 August – 2 November 2014, Installation view: Constanze Ruhm, X Characters / RE(hers)AL (2003/4). Courtesy NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore.
Theatrical Fields introduces theatricality as a critical strategy in performance, film and video. This exhibition presents six video installations shown for the first time in Southeast Asia: Voice off by Judith Barry (USA), Suspiria by Stan Douglas…

NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore; Yang Fudong: Incidental Scripts, 12 December 2014 – 1 March 2014, Installation view: Yang Fudong, About the Unknown Girl – Ma Sise (2013 - 2014), The Forgotten Bow-knot.
Yang Fudong, a leading international figure of contemporary art and one the most important artists to emerge out of China in the 1990s, staged his first major solo exhibition in Southeast Asia at the NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore. The…

NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore; Joan Jonas, They Come to Us without a Word, 22 January – 3 April 2016, Installation View: Bees (2015).
The NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore is honoured to present They Come to Us without a Word, video and performance pioneer Joan Jonas’ first large-scale exhibition in Singapore and Southeast Asia. They Come to Us without a Word was organised…

Incomplete Urbanism: Attempts of Critical Spatial Practice, 29 October 2016 – 29 January 2017, NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore, installation view.
Incomplete Urbanism: Attempts of Critical Spatial Practice is an open-ended exhibition that serves as a laboratory of ideas, exploring the indeterminacy and changeability of urban living. Borrowing its title from eminent Singaporean architect William…

The Making of an Institution, 11 February – 7 May 2017, anGie seah, Talk to the Hand. NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore, exhibition view.
The Making of an Institution captures different moments in the development of the NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore (NTU CCA Singapore) connecting artistic projects, discursive manifestations, and the institutional apparatus in a seamless…

Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Fireworks (Archive), 2014. Ghost and Spectres – Shadows of History, 1 September – 19 November 2017, NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore, installation view.
Ghosts and Spectres — Shadows of History features video installations and films by Apichatpong Weerasethakul (Thailand), Ho Tzu Nyen (Singapore), Nguyen Trinh Thi (Vietnam), and Park Chan-kyong (South Korea). The artists’ research into their own…

Armin Linke, OCEANS. Dialogues between ocean floor and water column, 2017, four-channel installation.The Oceanic, 2017, NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore.
NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore is pleased to present The Oceanic, an exhibition focusing on large-scale human interventions in oceanic ecospheres with contributions by 12 artists, filmmakers, composers, and researchers who engage with both…
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